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  • Welcome to Nord Anglia International School Dublin

    Planning to be the first IB continuum school for 3-to-18-year-olds in Ireland

    NAIS D

  • Outstanding Teachers

    Through Nord Anglia University our teachers maintain the highest international standards

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    Learn from the best with our world class programmes of learning

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    NAIS Dublin

Primary

Our Primary department

  • Sophie Adams

    Sophie Adams

    KG4 teacher

    Sophie Adams

    Sophie Adams gained a B.Ed Hons (QTS) in Primary Education with Art from the University of Reading in 2009. She has worked both in the UK and internationally, and most recently spent four years teaching at the Tanglin Trust School in Singapore.

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  • Jennifer Cottam

    Jennifer Cottam

    Grade 3 Teacher

    Jennifer Cottam

    Jennifer Cottam began her teaching career in Sheffield, England after graduating with a BA (Hons) degree in Primary Education. Two years later, she relocated to Singapore where she spent five years working at Tanglin Trust School. In her role as Head of Year there, Ms. Cottam passionately led the transition process from Infants to Juniors in addition to developing an exciting, bespoke curriculum and providing quality pastoral care to ensure that every child had the opportunity to flourish.

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  • Cath Crute

    Cath Crute

    Grade 2 Teacher

    Cath Crute

    Cath Crute is the Grade 2 teacher at Nord Anglia International School, Dublin and also coordinates support provision for English as an additional language in the Primary School. She graduated from Stirling University with a BSc. Hons in Psychology before completing her PGCE in Primary Education at Moray House College of Education in Edinburgh.

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  • Qianqian Li

    Qianqian Li

    Mandarin Teacher, Primary Years

    Qianqian Li

    Ms Qianqian Li comes to Nord Anglia International School, Dublin through a partnership with the UCD Confucius Institute (University College Dublin). At NAIS Dublin, Ms Li is the Mandarin Teacher for the Primary Years students. Originally from Guangzhou, China (formerly Canton) she speaks both Mandarin and Cantonese. 

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  • John Lynn

    John Lynn

    Grade 1 Teacher and SENCO

    John Lynn

    John Lynn was born in the (then) small town of Castlebar, County Mayo and moved with his family to Saudi Arabia for a couple of years before returning to Ireland to settle in Blackrock, County Dublin, just in time to start preschool. 

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  • Chris Moon

    Chris Moon

    Grade 4 Teacher

    Chris Moon

    Chris Moon joined the Nord Anglia International School, Dublin primary department from Sunmarke School, Dubai, where he was deputy headteacher. He has a first class honours degree from Birmingham University and gained his PGCE from the University of Warwick.

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  • Robyn Murray

    Robyn Murray

    KG3 teacher

    Robyn Murray

    Robyn Murray hails from South Africa, and has taught at home as well as in the UK and in Dubai. Her experience spans work with students ages three to seven and spent her last few years before joining Nord Anglia School, Dublin teaching in the Early Years department at an IB PYP school in Dubai. A passionate advocate for inquiry-based learning, Mrs. Murray draws on her expertise to teach KG3 (3-4 year olds) at NAIS Dublin.

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  • Ailbhe O'Daly, Irish Teacher

    Ailbhe O'Daly

    Irish Teacher

    Ailbhe O'Daly

    Ailbhe O’Daly is a Dublin native and has been a primary school teacher since 2011. She studied Natural Science at Trinity College in Dublin after completing her Leaving Certificate at Coláiste Íosagáin. She trained as a primary school teacher at Froebel College of Education in Blackrock after working with students with disabilities attending Trinity College. 

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